Thursday on Fox News Channel’s “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” host Tucker Carlson argued the deals reached by Amazon to locate in New York City and Northern Virginia, two Democratic Party-controlled regions of the country, was indicative of Democrats and ties to
Greenwald reminds readers that even Obama’s justice department was hesitant to prosecute Assange.
Assange made an emergency call to Clinton in 2011, when third parties gained access to a leaked cache of State Department cables.
The Department of Justice recently revealed that it is charging WikiLeaks editor Julian Assange for the dump of classified U.S. documents in 2010 — in stark contrast with the agency’s selective enforcement against Hillary Clinton, who had classified information on her personal email server left open to the world’s hackers.
In a lengthy post, Wednesday, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg addressed the problems with “algorithmic bias” and how to create a better appeals process.
In a recorded company meeting, Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos declared, “One day Amazon will fail. Amazon will go bankrupt.”
Horror novelist and prolific Hollywood writer-producer Stephen King claimed Thursday that President Donald Trump’s recent Twitter activity offers a “window into an increasingly disordered mind.”
Amazon was offered a variety of incentives besides billions of dollars in subsidies and tax breaks from cities aroud the country in return for the company’s newest headquarters location.
Law professor Adam Candeub disagreed with an FTC commissioner who argued social media platforms shouldn’t be subject to regulation.
Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg called a recent report from the New York Times which made a number of shocking claims about the company “simply untrue.”
The University of Washington has decided to offer ‘intersectional diversity training’ after students became offended after learning of a professor’s editorial stating that men and women are different.
Actress and Broadway star Bette Midler was slammed by fans over her vulgar remarks about First Lady Melania Trump, just weeks after she described women as the “most disrespected creatures on earth.”
California officials reportedly grilled Tesla’s top safety executive over a recent report which made a number of worrying claims about Tesla’s treatment of injured staff.
The Harvard Asian Discrimination trial, which concluded recently, will hear a new series of arguments in early 2019.
Actor Jim Carrey accused President Donald Trump of committing “manslaughter” Thursday over him sending troops to the border while wildfires rage in California.
A new study conducted in the United Kingdom revealed that young people are less likely to complain about a rude waiter or cold meal.
A group of Dartmouth students has filed a lawsuit that accuses three male professors of sexual harassment.
The Washington Post reported Thursday that the Justice Department has charged WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange — information which was accidentally revealed in an unsealed filing by prosecutors.
(AFP) — WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, who was behind a massive dump of classified US documents in 2010, has been charged in the United States, WikiLeaks said Thursday.
A lengthy blog post from Mark Zuckerberg explains how Facebook plans to replace its users’ preferences.
There’s buried gold in the New York Times’ bonanza Facebook investigation, but readers must work to find it.
North Carolina State University announced this week that it will be adding a Ph.D. program specializing in Social Justice Education.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg denied having anything to do with his company’s alleged commissioning of an opposition research company to discredit anti-Facebook activists by linking them to socialist billionaire George Soros.
Eastern Michigan U Cancels ‘Vagina Monologues’ Because It Isn’t Inclusive
Comedian David Deeble says that progressive politics is replacing comedy on college campuses.
Elon Musk’s former business partner at PayPal, Peter Thiel, discussed the Tesla CEO’s time at the payment processor at a recent conference. He specifically discussing Musk’s plan to give all PayPal customers credit cards and how the plan backfired.
According to a report from the New York Times, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg was so “appalled” by President Trump’s comments on immigration, he quizzed executives to determine if the President broke Facebook’s rules.
According to a report from the New York Times, Facebook backed a bill that would make Internet giants responsible for sex trafficking occurring on their platforms simply to make Google look bad.
The New York Times published an article Wednesday which alleges that Facebook engaged in a number of practices designed to hurt competitors and direct media and government attention anywhere else they could — including George Soros.
Hasbro, the toy and game company, recently launched a new edition of board game Monopoly which is targeted at millennials. The company’s target audience of young people does not seem to be reacting to Monopoly for Millennials as intended.
Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) reportedly lobbied senators on behalf of Facebook, which employs his daughter, convincing senators to stop criticizing the social network.
Leftist students at the University of Texas at Austin attempted to shut down a conservative student group’s event on Tuesday, labeling their conservative classmates “enemies.”